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"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Light Inside

The Light Inside

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Light Inside

"Pathways. Go out and check out. The podcast for additional perspective stopped by the website. Continue the conversation. Thank you again jonathan. So much for sharing your light with us today. This is truly been a great conversation. Let's do it again agreed. Thank you. I appreciate you so much. Sir neurobiologist bruce lipton author of the biology of belief. Shared this very simple yet. Powerful quote through consciousness are might have the power to change our planet and ourselves room and philosopher. Peloton s road. World is noble harmonious in good and it is in the virtue of unity. That beans are being mindful. Communication is really just bringing communication into our conscious awareness when we four more authentic connection with others we aligned with an awareness and understanding within the world around us we create a bond that brings us together in order to body are essential being and unites one no greater tool can be applied to bridge this bond that actively listening to others three of the biases concepts and habitual patterns. We have variously collected throughout our existence when we release ceo leaning in truly lesson. Now only do. We increase the overall quality of our lives. We ve vastly improved the lives of others now. Jonathan and i have talked about a lot today. We explored some amazing ideas. Sharing how you can improve your communications and relationships with others. Now we want to know what is leg you to exciting new awareness and discovery djilas insights on social media at the light inside tagger friend letting them know what you found meaningful or send us a message at. Www dot the light inside dot us. We thank you are valued listeners for your valuable feedback and support telling us how we can continue to create meaningful purposeful invaluable content joining us next week. Trent brain founder of hustle energy exploring how doubt fear projection. Denial and other forms of negative energy often slow the process of engaging awareness of our potential. Find out how aligning your energy. Elite to an empowered embodiment of your central. Being on the next episode of the light is.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Light Inside

The Light Inside

08:14 min | 4 months ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Light Inside

"Joining us for this powerful and thought. Provoking discussion is jonathan miller of mindful communications. Hello jonathan thank you for joining us. Arro- great there you are. Hey how're you doing it a ghost. Yeah yeah baby. you're a little bit. i'm excited for this and this is going to be a fun conversation. And i'm interested in jumping into this. What are you most excited about. I am interested in looking at first and foremost that level of how we communicate with each other and when a frame that a little bit for our audience i like looking at the angle of how our world in our surroundings are becoming increasingly polarized to look at that angle and then also i wanna positively upload it with looking at the angles of connecting and communicating effectively. I oh yeah and then rolling in. I prefer what the conversation as we dance around with that then to roll into that angle of but when we encounter conflict awesome. I mean you said you were excited. So i'm like oh i wanna be excited. What are you excited about. I wanna know this is good. This is great. I'm excited about framing. I said angle of positive communication and then look at that necessity of addressing conflict and communicating through conflict and dealing with conflict. When we meet those yeah am always fascinated with all levels of communication. And the more i get into podcasting. The more i get into coaching the further. I go down my journey with that. I look at all of those various levels. How does that stack up. Not just effective communication but looking even deeper act the psychology of it looking at the angles of how body language interacts with that looking at the angles of as we're approaching today. How to approach effectively communicating effectively dealing with differences in communication and then ultimately looking at that angle so often that i think is missed in that equation is the act of global listening in the role that plays in communication can tell you're a coach global listening as coach term. Yeah yeah to me. It's we have to break things down to their assets in order to become the most effective at it. You know listening one thing. Are you actively listening. Are you listening with empathy. Are you listening to learn. Are you listening to respond so you. I like exploring those angles in relaying that to the audience in a way that they can look at it in a new light so often while you i sit down i talk. We did this. we did that. We miss some of those finer points in between where we don't really realize how ineffective were being in our conversations. I'm guilty yet. Many of us are guilty borough. We're all terrible communicators. Even with an awareness of these things there are still gaps in our tendencies are still parts of us as individuals. The come into how we interact in that so those are the areas. I'm most excited to look at explore. Because they do present so many different interesting opportunities yeah. My friends is even with that. Increased awareness of it. If anything i just notice even more about how terrible the communicator. I am so i think i'm a terrible judy. Dater current everybody me the further. I get down in it. I'm like i've got a ways to go with this. There's always an area where you can refine it in. Hone it not only to serve yourself better but then also go out into the world in serve others. Yeah i love that. You're into this as well. Because i think communication is one of those things that really do as you kind of improve it for yourself. The impact of it on the quality of your life is significant and then the quality of the other people's lives is just a significant and it's really incredible so the air just as excited about this topic as i am death. I love looking at your program and how that opens up the thought to mindful communication. How does that become the way we engage in a more meaningful way with you. Know the idea behind. Mindful communication is really just bringing communication into our conscious awareness because for the most part our communication is completely unconscious and unintentional. Yes and so. That's all it is is just were just communicating. And there's a problem with our communicating right now the vast majority of including myself. There's no problem. It's just our communicating aunt. When we become more mindful of that. There's something awesome that opens up on the other end. And that's what i'm about. Let's start off by looking at a why communication is so important in our relationships in be what is mindful communications so starting with a why is communication so important in our relationships. I mean i would put it out. There that are relationships. Wouldn't be if we didn't have communication. Communication is the tool that connects us ultimately. It's the thing that binds us in those relationships and relationships make up the quality of our life. You'll be a fool to think. You can get far in life without relationships period. Only a fool with fats and i'm a firm believer in that. The quality of relationship is the biggest determinant of the quality of our lives so if relationships are that important you wanna make sure to put those on a pedestal and take on any technique and tool like communication skills to make them as amazing as possible. That's kinda why communication is important relationships. Thoughts that beauty of that to me. Is that interconnectedness. We all share. How do we exist together. How do we co exist together. How do we interact with each other. And those words have a massive impact right. I'm a firm believer. That words shape our reality really. Try on this perspective. This is a crazy perspective. That i have and you can try it on. If you'd like this is that we as humans don't have access to the world as an objective reality we cannot access of our access to it is through our language and so ultimately our language shapes what is possible in our worlds and so yeah i think it is of utmost importance and is at the forefront of. I think everything that we do. The love that idea you shared into your point of objective reality from my perspective we each exist within one microcosm of reality one view of the world as it is in that view as salter predominantly by our perception of how we engage with it how we intend to interact with it. You know looking at that. Serves as a positive. I was pondering. Nefer minute myself looking at that. How do we in our interactions space for others to allow reality to connect. I love that. I love your pauses. Please continue if i had a short answer for you. I.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Light Inside

The Light Inside

02:52 min | 4 months ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Light Inside

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

The Social-Engineer Podcast

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

"Didn't you know you telling that story. I was thinking about. We go to this massive conference every year in vegas and this year of course didn't a cova but last year. We had some problems in our room that we were in the big conference room and they sent the guy in an the lift to fix some water leakage in the ceiling. And these are like thirty foot ceilings. Well against us. He had left his very very sharp and heavy razor knife up in the ceiling. By mistake i guess and it was right above our swag table. Were reselling t shirts and stuff. This woman is standing there looking at t shirts and the ceiling tile because it was wet under the weight of the knife in the knife slashes the back of her arm open and everybody is frantic. Running around and i am angry. I am angry. Not at her. I am angry at the hotel. I'm angry at the incompetence. And i feel all of the things that you said and i'm like okay chris. Breathe right and then the security guards come running in and i'm taking pictures and they demand that i stopped taking pictures of course are only thinking about liability with the hotel and i'm about to get into a fight right. I'm like you back away like you have absolutely no right to tell my phone now. One of my employees was a military trauma surgeon so he served over in foreign countries and dealt with a lot of trauma and he came over. Put some gloves on and plastic gloves calmly walked over to the woman who was bleeding. Got her smiling got. Her sat down calmly. Took care of the wound calmly set up a perimeter that allowed people to step around the carnage that was there including the knife and observed him and went holy mackerel. This guy literally just took control of everything by walking in not raising his voice and calmly taking care of the most important part which was bleeding woman and then took care of everything else and it was just a moment of reflection where i went. Wow like in my mind for that moment. He was a superhero and my mind that particular moment he had superhero moment because there was someone bleeding. Someone hurt security guard gelling everybody freaking out and he was able to control it all without controlling anything without telling everyone. Hey chill-out stop freaking out. He didn't do any of that. He literally controlled the situation by. Just being a calm person and taking care of what was important. I i walked away from that going. That that's gonna be a life lesson that's going to be a serious life lesson because that was amazing. And that's what i was thinking about when you were telling your story. Yeah.

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New York City, six other cities demand Trump fork over records on federal deployments

Pacifica Evening News

01:50 min | 6 months ago

New York City, six other cities demand Trump fork over records on federal deployments

"Coalition of seven major cities, including Oakland, Portland, Seattle in New York, are demanding records from the Trump administration about deployments of federal agents to progressive Lee led US cities supported by the public rights project. They filed a Freedom of Information Act today asking for records created after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, all related to the president's executive order that allows the attorney general and the secretary of Homeland Security to send federal personnel into the cities to protect federal property. Cording to repress release from the city of Oakland. The Trump administration has escalated his confrontations with the city's ahead of the November 3rd 2020 election, its most recent propagation. And closed, issuing a presidential memorandum that claims the block federal funding to so called anarchist cities, including New York, Seattle in Portland. Oakland Stairs is also significant public interest and learning where their deployments and tactic similar to those used in Portland are being or maybe used in connection with the November presidential election. Public rights project. Legal director Jonathan Miller says the Trump Administration's deployment of federal agents into the city's is designed to stoke fears and sight violence and create Upheaval. It claims the intention is not to restore order. He calls it a purely political tactic directly harming communities by driving a wedge between law enforcement and community activists. Who are working to push needed reforms for racial justice at the local and state levels

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

07:21 min | 8 months ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"To the room. So obviously means anything from. Having a dispute. Love is tiffany the Patriots who you know going into ballroom of high-powered Corporation in I. Love that I'm just saying because the conflict can be anywhere in very. Absolutely everyone on earth is experiencing some sort of conflict in their life, and if it might be in the workplace right now tomorrow, it's going to be in the home and then the next day it's going to be. Out and about and then the next day it's going to be at a you know a systemic level. There's just awfully is everywhere. It's a natural normal phenomenon, and it's part of life. So might as well skill up and start. You know actually. Managing conflict powerfully rather than trying to avoid it your entire life, yeah! But more in a positive for which is people trying to get brains around? Obviously, we've a lot of. Things that go on in the world at the moment. We want to try and find a way out. How would you say you? How would you say you can use? Conflict says tool for growth. Because this week one avoidable, yeah, yeah! Yeah, and it starts with that assumption that I just kind of said right there. This idea that will conflict is going to happen. It's inevitable. You've experienced conflict before you're gonNA experience conflict again. My News, all come to terms with the fact that conflict is a normal natural part of life. and. The other thing too Nobel. Conflicts is conflict in an of in and of itself, because it's guaranteed to happen. We actually I'm GonNa Invite you and our listeners to consider that conflict isn't necessarily a bad thing. Haunt flicked can be good or bad. Conflict is in fact neutral. It's the outcome it produces that can what we what? We would call good or bad. Conflict happens and It can create amazing things. It can create new relationships. Fresh starts can create independent nations new movements, all sorts of things like that, and it can also create you know we would deem as negative outcomes like it creates wars and broken hearts and broken bones and broken families all that kind of stuff racial so getting that conflict in of itself is this normal natural and neutral phenomenon. We can ask okay well. We know what's going to happen. How do I take it toward that good stuff and leave out the not so good stuff, and that's kind of this idea of starting to actually understand conflict more intimately, and this is the kind of. Of Work that I do with my clients, and they really when they ask us for themselves and start using it as a tool, everyone inevitably chooses to use as a tool for growth to grow your relationships to grow yourself and to move, and under reaction that you actually choose is incredibly empowering and it brings more since your life, and bringing more peace and satisfaction, and it surrounds you and relationships that you actually want in your lights. Yeah, yeah, that's great well actually I. Know What you're talking about exactly right now you do have a company results resources on your website and one of them is colder tough talks easy, which is doing exactly that, isn't it? That's right. Yeah, so it's a forty five minute consultation call with me, and so if our listeners here didn't get enough to goodness from this conversation, you can always book some time with me for a call and what we do is we come up with a game plan a roadmap for a natural powerful way for you. Our listeners to actually have that tough conversation feel confident have ago painlessly. Find that piece. Piece that you've been looking for a and you can use the Promo Code. Palmer fifty guests. If you put off as well excellent was my by the way. Yeah, Pompey, where my head's right, thank you cometh palm fifty, and that's it. Yeah. Excellent I'll say about can put that on. The show notes together on your website, but the other side is a free four part video series as well about. Yeah so. A lot of kind of what we talked about is this idea of using conflict as a tool for growth so what we're going to do in that conflict? Resources. We're really going to break that down so that you really fully dodgers understand it into actually know at like at four. And then I provide you with a model to actually use that and how to create that Rothe from that conflict how to consistently do that in your relationships in your life, and there's some email. Follow ups as well it's it's the whole program takes about two or three weeks. Do and it's. Amazing Resource. I'm just GONNA. That I promise will yield some amazing results if you do it by design on even get that for free on my website. Mindful communication got any. Excellent I don't WanNa put that link on the on the website is on the story on the show notes condenser deep into show notes while the listening to this and. Clicks to your website, it's quite nice website not not to heart and navigate around so show the podcast coming up soon as well. Is it going at the moment all? Yeah! I've been running it for about a year and a half. It's called the mindful communication podcast, and I have experts from all over the world, the top people in their industries and fields all around all things, communication, not just conflicts. Yeah because cruiser. Communications as well. So that stat scenario that Should look at and mindfulness mindfulness. can help as well with for communications as well. Make you more aware. Yeah, absolutely, we didn't really have a chance to talk about this, but I mean a huge part of my methodology and practices is my meditation practice my practice. That's a huge huge part of my life that I bring into my coaching methodology that my participants abby. Not My coaches obviously benefit from bringing more mindfulness into their life into their conversation, so instead of just barreling in trying to do their best and winging it on. They're actually bringing more attention to the conversations speaking and listening were deliberately, and it makes a huge difference in the quality of their relationships, and ultimately the quality of our lives excellent excellent well i. Really enjoyed this conversation about we can go on forever, because obviously, it's very that I obviously. So. Spin around or could have done with regard to. Make it sound so easy is not easy, but you know you what your job is to actually try and get that. I doubt the conflicts and make more. A little bit more plain sailing around the rough waves of conflicts. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, thanks for having me on show and to our listeners. Just keep trying. Keep practicing I mean I'm still making a mistake, so although the quote, unquote expert I still fall into the same trap of just keep at it and keep practicing show. Thanks well, thanks! Jonathan for for coming common happen to chat on the show about. A pleasure. Okay, all right well. That's all for assode. Thanks for listening and remember. If you want to support what we do, then share, subscribe and Lieber view overnight jeans. What S O for now, but I'll see you in an episode of the day Palmer Show. On facebook, twitter and INSTAGRAM's..

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

07:05 min | 8 months ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I I'm part of a CO working group. And until I started doing the work I literally didn't even realize that one of the the people are like they have different skin color to me. It's just. Not something I think about, but that doesn't mean that the bias, aren't there? I just was trying to it and when you lift that Bale all of a sudden you start seeing it so to your question about how you deal with that in the office. That's a tough question. Right, yeah! You know there's there's I would I want to give a couple things that I am? I am not an expert in this. Okay, so the first thing I would say hire an expert higher if especially, this is something that you're passionate about talk to management. Ask Them To. have. It, it really depends I. Don't want to tell people how to do this. I'M GONNA withdraw. If it's something that's important to you though you're gonNA, talk to bosses management about having some sort of training to bring to light the issues of. Don Racism versus anti-racism in actually have anti-viruses training decolonization training, and actually brings to white more so it can be more of an overt conversation that we actually talk about to. That's that's the one thing I would say that. That's Kinda. It depends who is is sad. These things are a lot of work to be done. Still because people were sort of this kind of episode, it's come up during. A very historic pandemic has will. People perceive being gone through conflicts. If during lockdown as well said after two of all kinds of conflicts at the moment, I could be a domestically in our as well. so it's just sad that. There is still work to be done in the area. Isn't everybody systemic? Science. So this conflict part that yeah gone if I can add in one more thing, and and the biggest challenge of that that I've been uncovering. Is that the end of the day? These systems that are in place this this system that like it oppresses people colored. That's what the black and indigenous people of color. have been saying that this system oppresses them. Just ask any of them young and the the the challenge. These systems is that the it's the benefactors of the system, the need to dismantle the system, and so this is not something that no black, indigenous and people of color needed to take on. This is something for like white people like me. They need to take on. On and I I was blind to. This could take something on that I'm I'm blind to and that I benefit from? Why would I take something down that I? Benefit from that? Is You know that is confronting? So I think that a lot of challenges that we still have to overcome and you know the world is waking so I'm I'm pretty optimistic about it? Yeah. I mean one of the main areas people could benefit from is obviously in the organization. Say Work, because as many as or outside somewhere, I mean there was an incident in starbucks where it was kind of. To starbucks enough training on this unlocked. Yeah, so what I'm saying is that these tough conversations are gonNA come up now in the workplace or somewhere where they involved some anyway would involve of an organizational. What would it be the techniques or must know techniques to have for these conversations going on? That's a great question, so if you're ever having a tough conversation now whether it is about something like as as the race or Any kind of topic like that or just the tough conversation you're going to have in the workplace with you know, say my coworker, Mary who who? I was not handling well with any tough conversation. A few tips run first thing you want to do before you took. Conversation is to actually write it all out so right down the point that you wanna get across. Right down what it is that you're committed to what the intention of this meeting is. Get down all your thoughts on a piece of paper even coming into a meeting with a piece of paper, really big difference just bathed. You're prepared. It's not weird. I give you I. Give you an all of our listeners permission to bring pieces of Britain with them to the meetings. She'll write that down. Talk to a friend about a talk to call. He talked to some. When you trust to get all your ideas kind of flushed out. Then when you're actually going into the conversation set an intention for the conversation. Say you know this is to have a conversation about the issues of race in our office. This is a to have a conversation about. You know why I've been asking for things and I feel like I'm not getting them from like. It feels like you're not really sending me what it is that I need on time. That's I wanNA. Come up with a solution. That's GonNa work for both of us. So you're? GonNa State the intention really clearly that Kinda lowers the other person's defenses. And then you actually say your point. Say What it is that you WanNa? Say and As, you mentioned really importantly just listen. Especially, if the person is defensive, they're not gonNA. Listen to you unless they feel hurt and understood and unfortunately someone's got to be the bigger person. Listen I so. It. There's a good chance it could be you. So I would say that those are some some key points, and then through that conversation make sure to take lots of pauses. Take a break you need to especially is getting emotional. And just make sure you stick to the agenda, the intention of the conversation and look for a solution that they're also going to be bought into that's that's a whole mouthful of things that you can take your. Obviously as certain in meetings where? There is because. I. Did that Trade Union stuff? From myself as well I've actually experienced some some staff, and maybe even off got myself in a position where I've had to maybe talk about something, I might have done wrong as well when not seriously but. but yeah. These kind of things quite useful to know about meetings that you might go into or a situation. Hug Him as well. It's someone states will work in the home as well. They yeah, absolutely absolutely. That's the thing with difficult conversations is there are key principles at the end of the day? It doesn't matter where you're in the in the workplace or at home though they're just different factors, they feel maybe a little bit different, but at the end of the day humans are humans. You'd be all wanted to be heard and understood. And we all want to get what we want so end of the day. There are some key principles that the ones I mean that you can use pretty much anywhere. Yeah, shot, ignore someone who's she's not been on the show, but she's into conflict resolution she she was a barrister, offing or loyal member. But nothing. She's Dana family lower. Wherever or corporate law, maybe a combination. But she's wanting to speak in an and she kind of like cited into mediation. which lawyers do that because that's what they prefer in. Something resolution. Dispute Resolution in court. You can do that and of course now for radiation, so she does that having that more now. Book called from the bedroom.

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ISIS leader al-Baghdadi believed to have been killed in Syria

BBC World Service

07:24 min | 1 year ago

ISIS leader al-Baghdadi believed to have been killed in Syria

"First the US presidents Donald Trump is to make a statement to the White House later today which she's trumpeted very much after reportedly ordering a operation against the leader of the Islamic state group Abu Bakr al Baghdadi a short while ago the Reuters news agency reported that two Iraqi security force sources had informed it that Abu Bakar about Daddy had been killed inside Syria faith Abdollah hard reports from Baghdad for the British newspaper the guardian it seems this time it's been confirmed that she has been killed act should be in Syria there are some reports also that you had detonated a suicide bomb when he was surrounded by special forces but as you say it's been reported killed before but I think I do think there is a sense that it is more critical to start you have covered extensively the rise and fall of Islamic state maybe you could remind us please of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi significance well pull out meaning two thousand fourteen I remember being in Baghdad in summer and there was the sensation thought this was an existential threat to at all I mean I remember people fleeing Buck that because ISIS units reach thirty forty kilometers north of the city and since then it was a huge phenomenal struggle for Iraqi security forces the Iraqi on terror terrorism unit specially who food for every single meter from bus with the most about that until the liberation of mostly true years ago I mean I was in the bottle of morsel request we'd we'd be crazy I mean car bombs drones at times they were so I do more driven committed to fighting the members of Islamic state up until days before the final defeat they were fighting in the old streets of most of so for both the dead you to die to be killed is a huge news for those who fight against the Islamic state however I would like to also that it's been two years since the diffuse the actual defeat of the Islamic state the president's aids has shrunk into tiny little pockets I was speaking to some security officers two weeks ago they were telling me that lacked in in the dozens the number in the dozens so it is not the biggest news in Iraq at the moment although you know it it has a huge impact and president trump will later try to maximize that that impact if reports of his death a true he will claim it as a personal victory I mean of course trump will claim is as a person victory however the actual victory has been achieved two years ago by Iraqi forces coalition forces of course that supported them the paramilitaries at fort against Islamic state the Kurds all these different elements to fight against Islamic state was a huge box of tax rates from Easton senior to in order to add up to west and doesn't suck at all again I would like to stress something I know it's a huge news of the world at the moment the best of both of you but but that has been dead for almost two years practically in the streets of Iraq in the cities of Iraq and also for if I may speak in some sector in terms in for the soonest available at one point so the Islamic state as a form of liberation from the control of Bucks ducks from the shackles metal box that they were the first who who denounced the Islamic state so go to the streets of more so than ask about Islamic state Abu Bakr bus let you and you will hear insults for hours and hours yes and as you've mentioned the Iraqi capital has plenty of other things to think about at the moment as does the rest of Iraq many deaths recently an anti government protest in a sentence of to just sum up the strength of feeling that before you go with you absolutely I mean you can hear the sounds of tear gas grenades up until now yesterday's or street fights between demonstrates as the police force the biggest news in out off at the moment is the demonstrations against the prime minister against the whole political elite and the anti corruption demonstrations and at the same time your house of very troubling news coming from the south of the country of the beginning of the clashes between Shia forces and we have to remember that these Shia forces where created to fight the Islamic state two years after the defeat of the Islamic state no D. Shi up forces well equipped well well financed by Iran and others on now fighting among themselves we know the story with seen it all of the Middle East before Hey if Abdel are hard speaking from Baghdad when news of the death of the I. S. leader if it's confirmed that would have been huge two years ago he suggested it's not now how big will the news be world why do you think Jonathan steel I think it will be quite big let's look at the analogy with some of bin laden I mean he was killed some more than almost ten years after the nine eleven attacks never stood a very big story and the Taliban have been toppled so he was also out of power a judge has been for the last two three years he was more of a global nature more of a global figure in the course of a serious review S. revenge they wanted revenge for nine eleven or stop the same thank god I got he's killed more Europeans and Iraqis and Syrians than Americans so it is a different kind of story to Bristol talking about the iris resurgence or the fact that he really is dead I asked my north resurgence quite the same way to support and which would be comforting to many perhaps to foreign policy experts within the White House particularly yes that's certainly too but how how big is this for Donald Trump trump has been arguing over whether or not the I. S. is resurgent and people who opposed his pullout from Syria and send you con to it because I. S. is resurgent so a lot depends on whether there is a god to give us the whole movement Kerrison that's no more car bombs memo suicide attacks or whether they really re emerge some people will want revenge for the death of a dungeon vehicle incentivize people to be more active what do you think of the still slightly speculative news Giza I think my greatest Jonathan's analysis of this they did if it is true it's it's an important step but but I think we just need to give this a bit more time to make sure it really happened do you think the whole debate about Islamic state is is the the military what's the what the military dynamite that he'd Wallace and and until recently Jonathan Miller truly sorry I I don't mean minutes any political dynamite upon his political dynamite but it's very difficult problem how do people get young people particularly categorized and become suicide bombers and kill us and so on thank god you learn conjures up that's been happening in mosques and imams largely financed initially by sound you read their discounts on a few kind of ideology the hotline engine to going back to the tribal origins of the Salafi movement doesn't something that's gonna be combated by military means or by shooting or says noting a leader

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Beijing, Hong Kong And Jonathan Miller discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Beijing, Hong Kong And Jonathan Miller discussed on PBS NewsHour

"The authorities in Beijing again struck an ominous note comparing the mass protest to terrorism and its thousands of Chinese security personnel mustard on Hong Kong's border Beijing declared there should be quote no leniency or mercy for the protesters Jonathan Miller of independent television news reports with tear gas insulated underground station Hong Kong police last night resorting to ever harsher tactics these protesters have been attempting to flee across the harbor so to Caroline police station a protest was shocked me only with the battle ran for the show despite wearing

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FDA taking first steps toward regulation of CBD products

Morning Edition

00:59 min | 1 year ago

FDA taking first steps toward regulation of CBD products

"The food, and Drug administration will hold an all day, hearing on CBD also known as marijuana resin aimed at getting more data on the safety and sales of CBD products and peers. Aubrey reports CD is extracted from cannabis and is touted as a compound that can help relieve anxiety and inflammation. This cvt industry has grown quickly and one factor behind the growth was the passage of the two thousand eighteen farmville, which lifted long-term restrictions on hemp, a common source of CBD, but the food and Drug administration still has regulatory authority and has many questions about the safety of CD and the way it's marketed Jonathan Miller of the US hemp roundtable, says the industry is looking for clear direction from the FDA, we really need the FDA to lay path towards a regulated legal product, the FDA will hear from many players in the CBD industry and will likely consider regulatory options in the coming

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on TechStuff

"Its dial up service was still making money, but it was becoming less important. It was generating less revenue year over year. And that's typically a number you want to see increase not go down and two thousand four the AL unit of the company held what was referred to as a strategic offsite meeting. Now in reality. It was a meeting to talk about what options were open to the company as things were getting, you know, pretty grim. The company was losing customers to broadband companies like Microsoft and Yahoo were presenting challenges to ails curated portal designed to the internet. There is no consensus on the right? Course of action some people like Ted Leonsis who was vice chairman of AOL and Mike Kelly who was the. President of the media networks group advocated that AOL should launch an online portal similar to that of Yahoo though it entail putting the curated AOL content as well as the stuff creeds specifically for AOL up online for free. Joe rip who was another vice-chairman opposed. That idea he said, it would alienate the remaining AOL dial up customers if they learned that other people were just finding the exact same AOL content online for free, whereas they were paying for it on a month to month basis that was going to really upset them. Jonathan Miller who is chief of AOL at that point had everyone take a lunch and on return. He said the company was definitely going to pursue. This portal strategy the once premium content would now be free for users with revenue coming from advertising in two thousand five Steve case would.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Here. Here that you grown as man. You watch some of these moves that you can see as a kid and we're talking about the relationship between Eddie in and in venom in the movie, Tom Hart is character. But there's also another relationship in that movie which a lot of people thought might have been cool. That was the relationship between venom and another alien that was in the movie. They're going to one. They call riot. And some people even people who liked the movie, everybody has to on that. One thing that this is one of the dumbest and worst parts of the movie. Yeah. When these two alias start fighting each other, you can't even see what the hell is going on, and it doesn't even make sense how they're hurting each other. Does this they both goop. Yeah, it looked like somebody just a milkshake across. Yeah, it makes you cannot tell was going people say, you got the transformers effect with this face by, and you can't tell what's happening to bottles of ink exploded. Somebody shot it. Somebody just shut diarrhea right at this right here and look. That is why I want to talk about this particular movie that have coming up, which is nineteen eighty seven's the hidden. Now the hidden monument heard of this call McLachlan comic Lapland. Yeah, this the movie about two aliens that are going at each other. It's the whole film and what they do is they possess people's bodies and they just start chasing each other down throughout the city, causing chaos, possessing people, innocent people who just trying to go about the lies. One alien is just just a piece of shit and he's doing he's just earth to do one thing cause as much trouble and destruction as he can and have a good time doing it. Sound like a familiar care to you except here. I think you get that a little bit better than what we saw in that other aliens movie. I watched this. Jonathan Miller would never do anything to break the law. I need the keys. Thank you..

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Violent clashes in Zimbabwe as election results delayed

PBS NewsHour

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Violent clashes in Zimbabwe as election results delayed

"Hour violent protests in Zimbabwe as election results come in the Trump agenda in inner cities in the US a conspiracy, theory gained some tracks And much more At least three people died today as demonstrators took to the streets of Zimbabwe's capital to protest what they see as the rigging of, Monday's presidential election the sitting president and leader of the Zanu PF party Emmerson Mnangagwa ran against a number of other candidates including the leading challenger Nelson Chamisa, in a. Moment William Brandon we'll talk with a. Reporter from Zimbabwe but first we get the latest from the capital Harare from Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News If you sell out they chance you will see that we are very dangerous It's a threat. Direct Zimbabwe's electoral commission promised that the with the people will not be subverted What are you can see what's happening here there's a lot of anger on the streets on the. Results of the presidential election hasn't even been cold so far, with the parliamentary results coming in it looks like. Zanu PF landslide if as people are denied what they considered to be victory will be chaos Wait until you have an actual results The movement. For democratic change already smells a rat Stowed elections Let that happen this time of the convinced. The results we moved the surging Rox with run into the compound Zanu PF party this is Down down down. Down down This is potentially disasters with the news This way This country so desperate to shed pariah status This.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

Sean Hannity

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

"Always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations were talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct a while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coach by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable situation now is really critical it's nailbiting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday we're heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tiburcio los correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis paving isolated i'm michael toscano the news brought to you by in and out burger there's no room for compromise inequality burger that's why in and out they use patties that are never frozen and only the freshest produce they can find because that's what a hamburger's all about with a look.

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Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

Dave Ramsey

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

"Special report scott pruitt out at epa controversial epa administrator scott pruitt no longer runs the agency out after a continuing series of reports of various ethical lapses president trump no making no mention of any of that in his tweet saying i have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as administrator of the environmental protection agency within the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations we're talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coached by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable the situation now is really critical it's nail biting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday the heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tuberculosis correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis craven isolated i'm michael toscano chart mcdowell ceo of wesley financial group they timeshare cancellation advocate i was sued by the largest timeshare company in federal court for simply helping people cancel their timeshare that they have been lied to about the jury size me up and came back with a verdict after only twenty minutes and yes how one my husband and i are more than grateful to everyone wesley financial group thanks to check in his team we feel as though wade is an left ahead and we can move on without.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a risky escape attempt through narrow waterfilled passageways correspondent jonathan miller saying it's if if i can get them out wearing these full face oxygen masks there is still a chance that they can get them out the way they came in other ones are going to have to explore other options like going in from above through fishes and chimneys and cracks in the mountain ridge above them one man in custody with a nationwide manhunt now for three more men for the kidnap and rape of two teenage girls at bowling green ohio correspondent kelly heart says local police are getting federal help bowling green police tell us that they're focused here remains on the alleged sexual assault but with the information of these men's immigration status ice is involved in this manhunt as well false immigration papers a protester on the statue of liberty causing avacuated i'm michael scandal you're listening to the boston pops fireworks spectacular preview on bloomberg radio and this is a special edition of bloomberg baystate business live from the esplanade and brought to you by harvard business school it partners with global companies to equip leaders with the strategic skills global vision and confidence to tackle complex issues and continually reshape their businesses pack peter barnes tom moroni i'm pat caroline we are just three hours away from the concert and fireworks the boston pops fourth of july spectacular yesterday we had a chance to speak with many of the guest artists including natalie cortez one of the guest performers in tonight's show and she has a very special assignment we spoke with her and tom sent to her you're singing a duet with rita moreno house special is it for you to be with her i mean i'm constantly pinching myself about it honestly it's it really is a dream come true in so many ways but but even just watching her conduct herself in rehearsal and learning how you know because anita is a leader and so watching her and how she frames her work and how she says oh let's do this let's do that always having fun and that inspires me that no matter how how old i start getting to always have fun always be creative because it's just with all of her history she never relies on that she's still looking for the next the next thing that's gonna thrill and she never she never sits back and relaxes and that's what i admire most about her so far is this concert special for you in any particular way boston revenue roots or connections connection have no roots to boston except that i love it i sing the anthem at fenway park a few weeks ago changed my life that was the most i've i i've never been so nervous in my life it was so intense and and i just love the city i love it i've been here a month now i'm working on moulin rouge at the client emerson and and i've just really been living here taking the tea and everybody's so nice and it's such a beautiful city so yeah i mean i i my family loves it to your your from new york city so this is going to be a painful you're not a yankees fan that's good show a mets fan.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All right a report came out saying we have the lowest unemployment in years and right now we have more jobs than we have people on unemployment now most businesses credit the tax cuts last december for giving them the ability to now hire more people and what it nancy pelosi say about that quote hip hip hooray unemployment's down what does that mean to me in my life can someone be that clueless to be allowed to gain control and be the speaker of the house because if she does she wants her crumbs back and she says she will reverse the tax cuts that have put more money in your pocket maybe gotten you a better job and raise and giving you the ability to invest your money and your future now almost twenty thousand people have now signed an email their letter to congress and many people thousands and now sharing their stories about what they are doing with their tax cut money and you can share your story when you go to tax cuts work dot com and send your litter congress and then forward the website to a friend so they can send their letter congress is go to tax cuts work dot com now tax cuts work dot com rescue workers in thailand are scrambling to beat monsoon rains which will completely fill the cave complex where twelve boys and one of dealt remained stranded expert divers now training the boys for a risky escape attempt through narrow waterfilled passageways correspondent jonathan miller saying it's if he if they can get them out wearing these full face oxygen masks there is still a chance that they can get them out the way they came in other ones are going to have to explore other options like going in from above through fishes and chimneys and cracks in the mountain ridge above the one man in custody with a nationwide manhunt now for three more men for the kidnap and rape of two teenage girls at bowling green ohio correspondent kelly heart tongue says local police are getting federal help bowling green police tell us that they're focused here remains on the alleged sexual assault but with the information of these men's immigration status ice is involved in this manhunt as well false immigration papers of protests are on the statue of liberty causing evacuations i'm michael toscano the news brought.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on WJR 760

"This is the guy gordon show on news talk seven sixty wjr sitting in for guy gordon here's marie osborne the best laid plans we had on tap reporter in asia correspondent for cnn jonathan miller who is in thailand near that cave where those children were just discovered after being missing for like twenty six days i think jonathan was unable to join us again this is a half a world away and this is a very fluid situation in thailand he was unable to join us we are so sorry to report but we still wanted to bring you up to date on the story itself because you know everyone was beside themselves with joy when the children were found yesterday a british diver was the one who discovered the kids that he had gone i understand that he had gone into the cave you know they've been searching all over he was underwater and he had gone to the very end of his line and he came up for two for a moment to look take a look around and that's when he discovered the kids so they were all in one place all thirteen kids they he said they were staring at him through the light of his headlamp so the all the kids are fine as is their twenty five year old soccer coach they went in there as kind of a little side i don't know it's like a trip after a little trip after yeah now i did mention this early earlier as a mother i thought to myself i don't know because a the parents some of these parents didn't know the kids had gone in there and i thought i don't know if i'd want my kid after soccer practice i'm gonna go cave exploring and and not know about it i just when i was a little strange when i was a kid if i went anywhere out my mom knowing and she found out she'd kill me yes she'd kill you herself but now from what i've heard this is this is a somewhat popular tourist destination in these kids have gone in there multiple times so they probably thought nothing of it i'm surprised that they have this thing open during the quote unquote rainy season right the seven mile long cave system is simple enough to hike and climb through the dry season but according to the sources here the rainy season which in theory is july to november so really i mean the beginning of it yeah it's the beginning of it right the complex can fill with water submerging many of the passageways and that's what happened that's how the kids ended up getting stranded i understand that when this british diver john vol then came up for you know came up like i said to look around and he spotted the kids there he said they were right there in front of him he had that headlamp on and he you know that's the first light that those kids had seen i said twenty six days i think it's ten days actually that they were missing so are they were missing on june twentysixth that's where i got that number from but nonetheless he he they saw the light and the first thing they said to him was food food food so clearly the first of all how shocked he was too saw anyone yes but also the relief that they would have to just see something that they're not they haven't seen in so long right which i mean doesn't seem like that long of a time period but oh no no no no with no food absolutely ten days especially teenage boys are ages eleven to sixteen i think they're hungary in ten minutes so i can't even imagine how they must be feeling now they did get medical i think they did get medical supplies and food and but here's the problem now and this is what we were really hoping to talk to jonathan miller about and that is getting you know everybody's like wow the kids were found now they're saved the goal post has been moved essentially really been moved right mike i mean they've got to figure out how to get these kids out through this water and none of them know how to swim either that's the other thing so these kids have to go from not knowing how to swim to be experts scuba divers or wait until.

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Kansas City, Jonathan Greenhut and Kansas discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Kansas City, Jonathan Greenhut and Kansas discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"The kosovo skill the lee list narrow passage i'm michael stana utah's desert news is reporting that president trump spoke with utah's republican senator mike lee about the coming vacancy on the supreme court both senator lee and the white house now confirmed the conversation senator leeann his brother utah supreme court justice thomas rex lee are both said to be on trump's list of potential nominees already in an escalating trade war with many of the same countries that the president is now pressing nato allies to pay more for the alliance bob costantini tells us this will likely add some friction to the upcoming summit one week before he goes to brussels for the annual meeting of nato leaders the new york times reports president trump has sent disparaging letters to several of those leaders most prominent germany's angela merkel the president is hardening his demand that nato nations live up to a pledge for each to spend as much as two percent of their gdp on defense mr trump complains as did barack obama on occasion that the united states is shouldering more of the burden for europe's common defense this time however president trump heads of possibly diminishing the us military presence in europe something he talked about during the presidential campaign bob costantini washington the twelve boys and their soccer coach stranded in flooded thailand cave complex map to stay there for weeks or even months jonathan miller tells us getting in and out deep underwater is extremely challenging trying to get them out through these very narrow passageways winding tunnels that go this way and that nothing down with very angular slabs of rock they would need to really try to to shave those off the corners to be able to get these kids out using oxygen equipment there are medics and food in the cave with the boys now a manhunt and kansas police hunting the suspect and a dangerous crime spree police say after shooting to co workers at an overland park elementary school near kansas city no kids were there he carjacked somebody on wall street and early close the dow jones industrial average off one hundred thirty two points the nasdaq lost sixty five the sp down thirteen i'm michael scana i'm jonathan greenhut the ceo of placoderms and people often ask me for product really works to cosmetically shrink under eye bags and wrinkles from view in minutes i can't blame you for being skeptical it was hard for me to believe until i saw my brotherinlaw's under eye bags cosmetically shrink from view in minutes i little skeptical i am not going to lie because i saw people online within like yeah right that can't possibly work i'm telling you it really works once supplied your skin titans in firms rapidly reducing the appearance of under beg some wrinkles in minutes so if other ibex wrinkles or crow'sfeet make you look tired and older than.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And for buyers but wnyc's ilya marritz says those numbers are deceptive in the first part of the year average rent in brooklyn declined by one point two percent in manhattan and queens by one point seven percent compared with last year and sales prices are down to by eight point one percent in manhattan but appraiser jonathan miller says most of the declines are concentrated in the luxury market of housing is a layer cake you're seeing the upper layers sort of melt into the next layer then the next layer so it's really a top down phenomenon eventually miller says that melting could help middle and working class people lawmakers in albany will begin a public vetting of candidates to serve as the state's interim attorney general starting tomorrow saturday assembly speaker carl hasty released list of those who applied to fill vacancies left by the former ag eric schneiderman he resigned last week following allegations he physically and emotionally abused women wnyc's fred mogul is our albany reporter he joins us now by skype fred good morning good morning shirts with sixteen people have raised their hand saying they want to be the interim ag what names on the list jumped out for you now it's an eclectic group many of them are longtime public figures as two assembly members of state appellate judge a former adviser to governor eliot spitzer many many many many lawyers notably liz holzman named who's been around a long time she was a congresswoman on the house judiciary committee that oversaw the impeachment of richard nixon she was brooklyn da city controller and she spent the last couple of decades as a private attorney occasionally trying to get back into public life there's current congressman sean patrick maloney and new york's first openly gay congressman represents much of the hudson valley he worked for president clinton and governor spitzer he ran unsuccessfully for attorney general against the andrew cuomo about a decade ago and there's also a little closer to home david yankee a former brooklyn city councilman he was headed the taxi and limousine commission and he's the outgoing dean of the pace university law school i'm fred is there anyone that is not on the list that was expected to be.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So you missed the first part of the program but i was saying so you you in a class with other kids if you if if you had a friend who was like a pow would you take a beat to know who it was when so say jonathan miller became a good friend he's tall and gangly he has red hair and his his movements fluid and evocative and wonderful and jonathan miller was brought in paralyzed and totally straight would you know it was jonathan miller of you have to see the hair and the movements when i when i have to someone will then i then i will recognize the face but it takes a long while and with an even better has to be reinforced right so if you spent four minutes with the person and you walk away and come back two minutes later do you know who the person is if twenty minutes with the person time make a difference i tend to news within minutes the minute you same problem same problem i stood on the evening talking to someone looking at them across the table and i've see them the next day i'd have no idea ever seen them nor do i remember their name but when they open their mouth would you say oh that's the one no and a lot of us context if they walk into my studio i figured they've walked into my studio because they're supposed to be there then i then i interview them for a while to find out who they are.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So in in just a moment where we go now to me and sylvia kay auditorium at the campus of hunter college in manhattan listenable just set it up for a little bit like what are we about to do well so the the idea of this world science festival evening there are people who wander around the world who have a problem which is called face blindness weirdly both these men are face blind so when they look at a face for ten twenty sixty minutes the other guy's face just doesn't get in or stick into their heads i chose to people one of them is oliver sacks regular he's in euro scientists and he's like oliver's face oh boy is he faced by i mean he came recognize faces but you'll see the other guy who we can call chuck the other guy is one of the greatest portrait artists in the world he has as many of you know for decades now created art paintings i'm little bit usually huge paintings mostly of acis here he is because i thought it would be interesting to bring these people together base blind oliver feast line shop and discuss what many people think of is a very rare situation does again all right so the both of you how long ago did you discover if indeed that's the right word that you were unusual in this regard okay so tell you what i'll just stick this thing in front of you and say something say something so you missed the first part of the program but audrey was so you you were in a class with other kids if you if if you had a friend who was like a pow would you take a beat to know who it was so say jonathan miller became a good friend he's tall and gangly he has red hair and his his movements fluid and evocative and wonderful and jonathan miller was brought in paralyzed and totally straight would you know it was jonathan miller you have to see the hair and the.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jonathan miller is the president and the chief executive of miller samuel talking about how it is going to be at least for now going to be a buyer's market right now let's go to wear 991 newsroom in washington dc where adrienne mitchell has world and national headlines eight lanky so much pen president trump has signed the tax bill in the oval office before taking off for florida and he's suggesting he might work with democrats in 2018 and social media really kimberly a lot of fly in part as didn't work done at making we start with infrastructure because i really believe it destruction could be bipartisan bloomberg news chief content officer marty shankar says that's a little unexpected recode's just the other day donald trump as paul ryan to start working on welfare reform you know which is a completely division voodoo and now he sort of saying no no no no let's do infrastructure the temporary funding bill passed last night and also has been signed by the president it keeps the government running till midjanuary but bloomberg washington reporter shannon petty p says congress will get off to a messy start the new year it is the honduran picking the can down the road of washington i know data over and over and over again but one began a temporary extension who get the budget going a little bit longer and then we'll be dealing with all over again in january issues still to be resolved include the debt ceiling defence spending and darker spanish prime minister mariano rajoy says he will talk with new cuddle on leaders as long as they don't violate spain's constitution he's been meeting with his allies to plant his next move after the cuddle on election defeat in which separatists won control of the regional assembly global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm adrienne mitchell this is a bloomberg market minute it is now official president trump has signed the tax reform bill.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Jonathan miller is the president and the chief executive of miller samuel talking about how it is going to be at least for now going to be a buyer's market right now let's go to wear 991 newsroom in washington dc where adrienne mitchell has world and national headlines adrian key so much pin president trump has signed the tax bill in the oval office before taking off for florida and he's suggesting he might work with democrats in 2018 sir certain social media i reasons i really don't believe we're going to have a lot of by far has worked we two with infrastructure because i really believe it was dropped she could be by bloomberg news teeth content off his their marty's tanker says that so little unexpected because just the other day donald trump ask paul ryan to start working on welfare reform which is completely division and now he's sort of saying number one on the let's do infrastructure a temporary funding bill passed last night and also has been signed by the president it keeps the government running till midjanuary but bloomberg washington reporter shannon petty peace says congress will get off to a messy start the new year it is the han pinned picking the hand down the road of washington i know that over and over and over again but one began a temporary ban who get the budget going a little bit longer and then we'll be dealing with all over again in january issues still being resolved include the debt ceiling defence spending and daca spanish prime minister mariano hoyer says he will talk with new cuddle on leaders as long as they don't violate spain's constitution he's been meeting with his allies to plant his next move after the cuddle on election defeat in which separatists won control of the regional assembly global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm adrienne mitchell.

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"jonathan miller" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

Inc. Uncensored

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan miller" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

"In the beginning today 'cause i know that ed just from having watched a couple of more recent shark tank episodes that it's like almost expected that they like bring a gift to the shark's like an example of like a product product right exactly are like oh and we thought of this for you demon 'cause he light clothing or we know that you like ice cream robert or what we know mark hickman we know you don't like anything can honour is allied of money on i think yeah i think the contestants are getting to know the sharks little more so we are in the fashion industry you're gonna probably target you're pitch towards damon even if it's just looking at him or knowing what he goes for yeah on but again back then you were like hey guys and you may have known their business history by i don't think you knew exactly the companies they invested in via shark tank so among those first season contestants waters some of the success stories like what what's what what is a company that's done really well thanks to shark tank this company called element bars which is which was created by jonathan miller he said that when he went on the show he received more orders in the twenty four hour period after shark tank aired than it had in the first six months of his business while but he also got publicity from that shown was able to really build up this kind of side part of the business which is developing bars for other companies so basically it's this like nutritional snack company that makes custom white label granola bar yeah but now he has his factory that produces all these bars for different communities and he's and he's very successful on that's the part of the business that really took off due to shark tank him up that have just like you being like yo i like dried cherries and nuts and he would make a bar for you right.

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